Web Site Design Method (WSDM) Web Applications CT050-3-2 (VC1)
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 2 of 64 • Web Development Challenges • WSDM • WSDM Overview • Mission Statement Specification • Audience Modeling – Audience Classification – Audience Characterization • Conceptual Design – Task & Information Modeling – Navigational Design • Implementation Design – Site Structure Design, – Presentation Design and – Logical Data Design • Implementation Topic & Structure of The Lesson
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 3 of 64 • At the end of this topic, You should be able to • To discuss the challenges in developing Web site. • To understand the main stages of WSDM. • To apply WSDM model in Web site development. Learning Outcomes
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 4 of 64 Key Terms You Must Be Able To Use • If you have mastered this topic, you should be able to use the following terms correctly in your assignments and exams : • WSDM
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 5 of 64 Web Development Challenges Web Engineering Hypertext Information Engineering Requirements Engineering System Analysis and Design Multimedia Human-Computer Interaction Testing Project Management Software Engineering Public Relations Based on: Murugesan et al, Web Engineering: A New Discipline for Development of Web-Based Systems, in “Web Engineering: Managing Diversity and Complexity of Web Application Development, 2001. Page 8
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 6 of 64 WSDM • Website development approach W eb S ite D esign M ethod • Pronounced as wisdom
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 7 of 64 WSDM Overview • WSDM (Web Site Design Method) is an audience driven design method for Web Applications. • Developed at the Web & Information System Engineering (WISE) research group of the department of Computer Science of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel. • Initiated in 1998 by Prof. Dr. Olga De Troyer, WSDM was among the first web site design methods.
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 8 of 64 WSDM Overview • Originally aimed at creating kiosk websites, WSDM evolved to a complete semantic web design method, both applying and deploying semantic web technology, and supporting functionality as well as a variety of additional design issues (localization, accessibility, semantic annotation, adaptively, ...).
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 9 of 64 WSDM Overview • It consists of a five-phase design, taking as a starting an explicit elicitation of the users and ending with the actual implementation (generation). 1. Mission Statement Specification 2. Audience Modeling 3. Conceptual Design 4. Implementation Design 5. Implementation
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 10 of 64 WSDM Overview
CT050-3-2-WAPP WSDM Slide 11 of 64 Stage 1 - Mission Statement Specification • The first step in WSDM is to define the mission statement of the web site.
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